LYFE 365

No More Self Doubt
Christine Norman

And just like that, one day I realized--after many tears, many prayers, and far too much doubt, that it was time for me to start believing in all that God placed in me. I realized that it was time for me to believe what God says about me. I realized that life is so short that I don’t have forever to keep missing this message because not only is there much work to do, there is so much inside of me just waiting for me to act. There may even be someone out there waiting for all that I have to offer, so I decided that there there would be no more waiting...

Not waiting for me to be talked into it…

Not waiting for me to have someone else sign off on it….

Not waiting for someone to believe in me…

The work in me is waiting for me to decide that we both matter, and we are both good enough!

If you struggle with believing in yourself, join me in believing what the God of this universe says about you without wavering:

I am fearfully and wonderfully made.
Psalm 139:14
I am protected.
Psalm 91:7
I have no reason to fear.
Isaiah 41:10
I have no reason to ever feel inferior.
Deuteronomy 28:13
I have Divine strength and help.
Isaiah 41:10
I have been entrusting with unique gifts abilities.
1 Peter 4:10
I cannot fail because even defeat works for my good!
Romans 8:28

Let’s get off the fence about ourselves and our Creator for real this time! It’s insane (or at the least inconsistent) to doubt the God that we say we believe in; and equally so to doubt ourselves when we say that we believe His Word. Let’s put an end to doubt and disbelief today! I am ready, how about you???

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